23 November 2012

Microsoft Dynamics ERP is in hot demand with Australasian organisations, and Intergen is in aggressive recruitment mode to keep ahead of this surge in popularity.

“With the launch of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 in August last year, and the recent release of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, it was always going to be a busy period for us, but the uptake and the opportunities that Microsoft Dynamics ERP has opened up have significantly surpassed our expectations,” says James Page, Intergen’s Practice Principal for Dynamics Solutions.

Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 in particular has been singled out by Gartner in its Magic Quadrant (July 2012) as a leader in ERP software, and is being recognised as a newcomer to the tier one enterprise space, in many cases displacing the historical competitors in this area.

Intergen is currently working on numerous large-scale, multinational Dynamics AX projects, working with leading Australasian organisations such as leading merino apparel company, Icebreaker, and the global leader in door opening solutions, ASSA ABLOY.

ASSA ABLOY’s New Zealand General Manager, Ken Dick, says:

“After an extensive analysis of the market we decided on Microsoft Dynamics AX as our choice of ERP system because it offered the right amount of flexibility and the ability to integrate with our existing systems. We know that we have made the right choice and look forward to an implemented system in early 2013.

“We selected Intergen as our partner as they offered the best local support with a wide range of experienced solutions developers who have recent global and local experience; and they also proved to us that their approach to business and project management was similar to ours and offered the complete package, as well as experience across the entire Microsoft stack.”

With over 100 people in its Dynamics practice, Intergen has one of Australasia’s largest and most qualified teams of Microsoft Dynamics professionals, and is looking to double the size of its practice in the near future in order to keep ahead of the ERP upswing. To this end, Intergen has launched its Be a leader campaign to attract both experienced ERP consultants – from any software discipline or background – and people with no hands-on ERP experience but strong business and consulting skills.

Outside of Dynamics roles, Intergen is experiencing similar growth across the board, with 21% revenue growth in the last financial year, as reported in the recent TIN100 Report, 38 current open vacancies and an average of three new people starting with Intergen each week across its New Zealand, Australian and Seattle offices.


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For more information please contact:

Katy Sweetman
Communications Manager
(04) 472 2021
(021) 955 303


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